Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Situated in a dramatic cliff-top position with spectacular views over Bridlington and set in 50 acres of early 19th Century parkland, Sewerby Hall and Gardens offers something for everyone from the magnificent award-winning gardens to the deep rooted heritage of the grand hall.
Keep the children amused in our very own zoo housing a fascinating collection of animals including Lemur Land (feeding at 2pm daily) and the must-see Humboldt Penguins (feeding at 3pm daily).
Children’s adventure playground: This adventure playground has an enticing nautical theme with an appeal to children of all ages. However if the children are feeling more energetic then why not purchase an orienteering pack with everything you need to guide your way around the estate or an Adventurer’s Guide full of activities, puzzles, quizzes and much more.
Golf, putting and FootGolf: For golf-lovers there is a 9-hole pitch and putt golf course, 18-hole putting green, FootGolf and Crown Green Bowling.
The Clock Tower Tea Rooms: This award winning tea rooms is the perfect place to sit and unwind whilst enjoying the freshly prepared delicious food and drinks. Among the many delights on offer are our fabulous filled Italian breads, handmade cakes and sensuously rich ground coffee.
Holiday Cottages: These three cottages near the entrance of Sewerby hall and Gardens have been converted into luxury holiday accommodation which are available throughout the year and bookable through www.cottages4you.co.uk using the following references:
27522 for Oak, 27523 for Beech and 27524 for Chestnut or alternatively by calling 0845 268 0760.
New for 2013
The Stables Gift Shop: offering everything from hot and cold refreshments, ice cream and food to go, not forgetting the gifts including soft toys and Sewerby Hall and Gardens memorabilia.
The Old Laundry Welcome Centre offers the perfect place to start your day, children can keep themselves amused with the different rubbings and interesting facts while you familiarise yourself with the site plan. Our helpful staff are also on hand to answer any questions you may have allowing you to make the most of your visit
Sewerby Access Project
Phase One began with work to the stable block, the provision of new zoo offices, animal sick bays and a vet’s room, new toilets and The Stables Gift Shop; a new retail and catering outlet.
Work then continued to convert the existing toilets into a new Welcome Centre and Estate Office on the ground floor and new Education Rooms on the first floor. Work to these two locations continued throughout the winter and was completed in summer 2013, when the Education Rooms became available to hire by the public.
Following the successful completion of the first phase of the restoration of Sewerby Hall, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and East Riding of Yorkshire Council, the lead contractor, William Birch and Sons, started work on the second phase of the project in October 2013.
The work will see the interior of the stately home restored to how it would have looked in the year 1900. Projects include the reinstatement of a fully-functioning service wing and working kitchen. The historic family interiors will be refurbished with specially selected pieces of furniture from the national collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
While the hall is currently closed to visitors (work is expected to be complete in July 2014) the remainder of the estate is completely accessible to visitors.
Please visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/sewerby for up to date admission prices, opening times and news about developments.
Our Season Passes offer unlimited admission to the estate, hall, zoo and gardens (unless stated otherwise) together with ten per cent discount on selected items in the Clock Tower Tea Rooms and The Stables Gift Shop.
Please visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/sewerby for up to date price information.
All our season passes offer unlimited admission to the estate, hall, zoo and gardens (unless they state otherwise) together with 10% discount in the Clock Tower Tea Rooms and on selected items in the gift shop.
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Notes||Our 2013 season runs from 23rd March and 1st September 2013.
Estate Office - Open daily throughout the year, 09:30 to 16:30.
Estate and Gardens - Open daily throughout the year dawn to dusk.
Hall - Open daily throughout the season, 11:00 to 16:30.
Zoo - Open daily throughout the season, 10:00 to 17:00.
Clock Tower Tea Rooms - Open daily throughout the year.
Golf and Putting - Open daily throughout the season, 10:00 to 18:00. Last clubs are issued approximately two hours before closing. We reserve the right to review operating times.
Car Parking - Car parking for out patrons is available daily throughout the year except 25th and 26th December and 1st January.
Autumn and Winter - Autumn and Winter opening times are flexible and charges may apply. Please contact the estate office for further details.
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VenueSewerby Hall and Gardens
Church Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington, YO15 1EA
Map reference: TA 203690 Lat: 54.10283 Long: -0.16164
From the M62 leave at junction 37, signposted Bridlington on the A614.
As you enter Bridlington you will come to a set of traffic lights. Up to your right you will see Bridlington hospital. Continue straight ahead at the first roundabout then take the 1st exit signposted Flamborough and Sewerby (B1255) on the second. At the mini roundabout (friendly Forresters pub and Somerfield supermarket on your) continue straight ahead along Martongate. After approximately 1 mile you approach a sharp left turn (Marton Hall opposite), turn right into Church Lane. Sewerby Hall car park entrance is second left after Leys House on left hand side.
From Scarborough follow the main A165 road signposted Bridlington. You will approach a double roundabout. Continue straight ahead at the first roundabout then take the 1st exit signposted Flamborough and Sewerby (B1255) on the second. At the mini roundabout (friendly Forresters pub and Somerfield supermarket on your) continue straight ahead along Martongate. After approximately 1 mile you approach a sharp left turn (Marton Hall opposite), turn right into Church Lane. Sewerby Hall car park entrance is second left after Leys House on left hand side.
From Beverley follow the A1035 to the Leven Bypass then take the A165 signposted Bridlington. At the B&Q superstore roundabout turn left over the railway bridge and continue up the A165 to the traffic lights at the top of Bessingby duel carriageway (Bridlingtion hospital on your right). Turn right at the traffic lights. As you enter Bridlington you will come to a set of traffic lights. Up to your right you will see Bridlington hospital. Continue straight ahead signposted Flamborough. You will approach a double roundabout. Continue straight ahead at the first roundabout then take the 1st exit signposted Flamborough and Sewerby (B1255) on the second. At the mini roundabout (friendly Forresters pub and Somerfield supermarket on your) continue straight ahead along Martongate. After approximately 1 mile you approach a sharp left turn (Marton Hall opposite), turn right into Church Lane. Sewerby Hall car park entrance is second left after Leys House on left hand side.
By Public Transport:
By coach, regular, long distance services operate to Hull, then connect to Bridlington. East Yorkshire Motor Service buses 100, 500 and 510 go to Sewerby.
By rail, fast and regular inter-city services operate to Bridlington. Phone National Rail enquiries on 0845 748 4950 or Hull Trains on 01482 606388 or visit National Rail enquiries journey planner website.
By ferry, a daily service operates from Rotterdam, Europort and Zeebrugge to Hull. Phone P&O Ferries on 01482 795141 or visit P&O Ferries website for more information.
By Air, Humberside International Airport, 1hr 20 minutes drive. Phone 01652 688456 or visit Humberside International Airport website for more information. Leeds/Bradford International Airport, 60 minutes drive, phone 0113 2509696 or visit Leeds/Bradford International Airport website for more information.
By local transport, from Bridlington's harbour front Sewerby is only a 40 minutes stroll away.
Buses run from the town bus station and Belvedere Circle or you can take the land train from the 'Leisure World' complexe (changing at Lime Kiln Lane) to the gates of Sewerby Hall. The following EYMS bus services go towards Sewerby Hall and Gardens: 100, 500 and 510.
Discount with EYMS bus tickets, one child free with every paying adult!
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